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Kulanu Academy in Cedarhurst showcased its school spirit with crafts, writing workshops and cooking during National School Choice Week, last week. more
i-Shine In last week’s front page article about the Nassau Herald’s “people of the year” award, The Jewish Star neglected to properly identify Deena Intrator as one of the three founders of i-Shine along with Annette Kaufman and Stacy Zrihen. more
Three Kulanu Academy students joined two teenage shadow students from Kulanu’s Sunday Program to teach sensitivity to 120 girls at the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach’s elementary school. more
Executive Director Beth Raskin celebrated Kulanu’s bar mitzvah on motzei Shabbat, announcing at the group’s annual gala that, in line with Kulanu’s amended charter, a new state education department contract would allow the Five Towns-based organization to expand its vocational and rehabilitative services to adults over age 21. more
Kulanu, the Five Towns-based organization that helps children with special needs and their families, will honor three of its founding members — Jewish Star Kitchen columnist Judy Joszef and Alyssa and Leslie Sterba — at its annual scholarship dinner on Dec. 21, motzei Shabbat, at the Sephardic Temple in Cedarhurst. more
Cedarhurst-based Kulanu Academy, the special education school and social service agency for special needs children and adults, now gives its parents the ability to link with geographically-disbursed services without traveling from their children’s school. “It’s momentous for us,” said Amy Eisenberg, director of Kulanu’s Keren Eliana Parent Advocacy and Resource Center. “We will be the first agency on Long Island to provide this service — it’s most thrilling.” more
Last summer, I was offered the wonderful opportunity to volunteer at Kulanu’s summer program, Camp Discovery. I was nervous at first, as I never taught cake, cookie and cupcake decorating to children. The first day I rushed in with all my supplies and within five minutes my first group of kids bounded in. more
Both children and adults doubled their fun as the beautiful weather and exciting attractions made Kulanu’s annual community fair at Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park the place to be last Sunday. The fair raises money for the Cedarhurst-based Center for Special Services. “It is important to support Kulanu for the wonderful work that they do for the special needs children in the community,” said Jay Goldmark, a Woodmere resident. more
Ms. Trisha Kraker, a Kulanu special education teacher, and her students celebrated Earth Day by planting a tree in Kulanu’s Center for Special Services side yard. more
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